You should also note that on the original Pi B the 26-pin numbering was slightly different. Pins 3 and 5 were GPIO0 and GPIO1 (BCM), still with the 1K8 pull-ups and available for general use, and Pin 13 was GPIO21.
Thanks for the alert. My research indicates the above only applies to the Rev 1 boards - Rev 2 use the scheme as shown in my diagram.
That is the beauty of Forth. There is no standard, there are so many dialects, none of them compatible, none of them intelligible....that it is not one of the standard Forth defining constructs. I just don't see how bringing another dialect into the equation continues the theme of this thread
I shared it with the FORTH PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE 21st CENTURY group on Facebook, and they rather liked it — so thanks! Someone even got it running on an OrangePi …
All my gratitude for Z80-refugee, I said this to him in private , but I want to make it public. He did a **Brilliant** post, about GPIO, that let me test the communication of the PI in Forth in no time and without any troubles ! This is remarkable in those days we are living, what "in our time " accostumed to be the norm , now is a miracle !
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